Goldsmiths Stakeholder Analysis

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JISC's explanation of stakeholder analysis: http://www.jisc.ac.uk/fundingopportunities/projectmanagement/planning/stakeholders.aspx

List of potential stakeholders*
Head of finance
IT directors / managers
Heads of department
Researchers (professors, fellows, PhDs)
Project officers or departmental managers
Lecturers
Library directors / senior managers
Library managers / team leaders
Subject librarians
Acquisitions / cataloguing
Information literacy trainers
Archivists

List your stakeholders in the table below
The list above should give you a starting point, but note that this is not an exhaustive list - think about stakeholders at your institution

Stakeholder Interest/stake
Senior administration of the College, i.e. The Warden and Pro-Wardens Are interested in anything that improves the college, and makes effective use of resources.
College Registrar Responsible for implementing the college 'vision' and a powerful champion of projects to the Warden if you can convince her of their merits.
Finance department Will be releasing funds for any equipment, staff etc. we need, and so will need to be convinced of the benefits to the college, etc.
Researchers Will be interested in sustainable access to, and preservation of research materials they are using and producing.
Librarian Will be championing the cause of digital preservation activities to senior management.
Archivist/Special collections staff/Scanning Supervisor
Will be selecting and prioritizing material for digitization/preservation activities
IT Will be providing tech support, advice and resources for projects that need them.
Scanning assistants
Will probably be doing much of the initial digitisation work.  The quality of the work they do will influence the preservation activities that may happen later
Students
Access to material.
External Communications and Marketing
Like to make use of material we have about alumni of note, photographs, documents etc. in marketing and publications.
Architects
Goldsmiths architects made use of the archival documents, plans and photographs of the college that we hold in special collections when developing ideas for the renovation of the frontage of the Richard Hoggart Building.  Digitization and preservation of these (sometimes fragile) materials makes that process much easier and quicker.
Alumni
Engagement with alumni is important to the college, access to archival material may also inspire more engagement and knowledge transfer with alumni, enriching knowledge about the college and its history.
Local community
Goldsmiths is very keen to forge and promote links with the local community.

Now enter your stakeholders in the table below

  Significant Influence
Some Influence
Little Influence
No Influence
 Significant Importance
Senior management, Registrar, Librarian, Finance Archivist/Special Collections Staff    
 Some Importance
  Scanning supervisor, IT, Students, Researchers  
 Little Importance
      Local Community
 No Importance
       

Stakeholder management approach - how you need to interact with them

  Interest (low) Interest (high)
Power (high) Keep Satisfied
...
Manage Closely
...
Power (low) Monitor (Minimum effort)
...
Keep Informed
...
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